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Thread: Template Question

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    Super Member Marcia's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by lneal
    I have never done a quilt so hard as this one. I wonder if I stepped out too far for me just yet! Lol
    No, you did not step out too far!! You have done a great job and we never learn how to do something new if we do not try it. All the tips you are getting here are from experience. Now you also have that experience and can go even further with your next quilt.

    Fabulous job!!! I have never seen this pattern before and I think it came out great!

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    I am making some progress, one more row to go then the borders. Included some photos
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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    then have your little red horse run over them until they're stomped into place. 8)

    if that doesn't work, amma will help you. :lol:
    she's very kind. :wink:

    edited to say - that pattern is very nice. i like the way the blacks, reds and beiges are creating all kinds of sub-patterns. how large is each completed block?
    the blocks are 12.5in

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    it is a beautiful block and will finish to a beautiful quilt.

    when the borders are on and especially when the quilting gives it texture,
    you'll stop noticing anything else.

    please show it when you have it totally completed. does this patterns have a name, besides @$%#* ?

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    I love what you have done so far..I would be very excited if I could make something as lovely as that! I love your color combinations too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    it is a beautiful block and will finish to a beautiful quilt.

    when the borders are on and especially when the quilting gives it texture,
    you'll stop noticing anything else.

    please show it when you have it totally completed. does this patterns have a name, besides @$%#* ?
    The pattern is by Lynda Hall. It is called " Big Dipper" http://www.primitivepiecesbylynda.com/intro.html

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